Gorham & Thurber
Providence, RI 1850-1852
John Gorham and Gorham Thurber.
J. Gorham & Son
Providence, RI 1841-1850
Partnership between Jabez Gorham and his son John Gorham.
Gorham & Co.
Providence, RI 1852-1865
Scottsdale, AZ 1959-2001
Founded by Ray Graves. Maker of sterling handwrought jewelry and small items,
much of it in the modernist style.
Jesse R. Graves
Cooperstown, NY 1803-1847
Was in the partnership of Graves & Nicholas with William Nichols 1809-1816.
Graff, Washbourne & Dunn
New York, NY 1899-1961
Founded by Charles Graff, William Washbourne, and Clarence Dunn.
They acquired Wood & Hughes in 1899. Graff, Washbourne & Dunn
was acquired by Gorham in 1961. Makers of sterling flatware, holloware,
and novelties. See flatware patterns.
Gorham, Webster & Price
Providence, RI 1837-1841
Gorham & Webster
Providence, RI 1831-1837
Jabez Gorham and Henry L. Webster.
Gowdey & Peabody
Nashville, TN 1843-1847
A partnership between Thomas Gowdey and John Peabody; Peabody was
Baltimore, MD 1816-1868
In the partnerships of Gelston & Gould with Hugh Gelston 1816-1821;
Gould, Stowell & Ward with A. Stowell and William H. Ward 1855-1858;
and Gould & Ward with William H. Ward 1858-1864.
Miles Gorham (b. 1747 d. 1847)
New Haven, CT 1790-1840
Richard Gove (b. 1815 d. 1883)
Laconia, NH 1833-1882
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.
Graf & Niemann
Pittsburgh, PA 1899-1910
Jewelers; patented a fork for instructing young children how to correctly hold their utensils.
Gould & Ward
Baltimore, MD 1858-1864
James Gould and William H. Ward.
Gould, Stowell & Ward
Baltimore, MD 1855-1858
James Gould, A. Stowell, and William H. Ward.
Auburn, NY 1816-1823 and Batavia, NY 1824-1826
Was a partner in the firm of Graves & Fitch with James Fitch 1816-1821.
Gorham to Gra-Wun
Gorham to Gra-Wun
Boston, MA c. 1821-1836
Was in the partnership of William Grant & Co. with Nathaniel Kimball
Gould & Lewis Co.
Brooklyn, NY 1940s
Dudley M. Gould and Alexander E. Lewis.
Thomas Grant (1729-1804)
Marblehead, MA 1752-1804